Archive for: March, 2015

East Troy Expo focuses on all things local

East Troy Expo focuses on all things local

Local vendors, giveaways and live entertainment will be under one roof when East Troy Expo returns for its seventh year. The free event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 28 at East Troy Middle School, 3143 Graydon Ave. Organized by the East Troy Area Chamber […]

 
 

Lady Elks ready to rise in SLC

Lady Elks ready to rise in SLC

Softball team looks to build on last season’s lessons By Chris Bennett Correspondent A recent photo, snapped after a team building exercise on a Saturday morning at Elkhorn’s Sunset Park, perfectly sums up the outlook for the Elkhorn Area High School softball team. After running the hill behind their home […]

 
 

Girls track opens season in style

Girls track opens season in style

Team finishes first at Jim Reinhard Dog Relays By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Elkhorn Area High School girls track team opened the season with a flourish March 20 at West Allis Central High School in the Jim Reinhard Dog Relays. The Elks scored 96 points and won the meet for […]

 
 

Nothing beats a live performance

Nothing beats a live performance

Kate Vacula (from left), Brooke Berryman, Sam Messel, Jared Schnupp and Veritza Carreno of the Big Foot High School Woodwind Quintet perform a piece titled “Shenandoah” during the March 14 Solo and Ensemble Festival held at Big Foot High School. The group placed second.

 
 

Man severely injured in three-vehicle crash

A 23-year-old Elkhorn man suffered severe injuries Tuesday morning when the car he was driving collided with a semitrailer truck and a Jeep in the Town of Walworth. Maxwell P. Osman was taken from the crash scene by Flight For Life helicopter and remained hospitalized Tuesday afternoon, according to a […]

 
 

On track

On track

From the top: Juan Villegas (center) and Xhonatan Shahollari compete at the Nelson-Daniel Classic indoor meet March 20 to kick off the 2015 track and field season for Whitewater High School where the WHS boys squad finished 8th and the girls 17th out of 23 schools competing. Sarah Ziolkowski (not […]

 
 

Lady Whippets honored at banquet

Lady Whippets honored at banquet

Several  members of the Whitewater High School girls basketball team received honors from the 2014-15 season at the March 16 award banquet, from the left: Rebekah Schumacher – Most Steals and Most Assists; Kailey Reynolds – Whippet Heart Award and Team Captain; Sarah Schumacher – Most Valuable Player, Free Throw […]

 
 

Bargains on books

The Irvin L. Young Memorial Library, 431 W. Center St. in Whitewater will hold a book sale March 27 through April 4, featuring a large assortment of paperbacks, for 50 cents each; hard cover fiction and non-fiction books, CDs, DVDs and plastic magazine holders in mint condition, all for $1 […]

 
 

Woman dies in Mukwonago blaze

Woman dies in Mukwonago blaze

Neighbors’ frantic rescue attempts turned back by smoke By Tracy Ouellette Editor The Waukesha County Medical Examiner’s office had identified the woman who died in Monday’s early morning fire above the Fork in the Road restaurant in Mukwonago. Julie McKenzie, 39, was killed in the blaze that started just after […]

 
 

ROBERT A. SPANGLER

ROBERT A. SPANGLER

     Robert “Bob” Alan Spangler, 64, of Church Street Elkhorn, died on March 24, 2015, at Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa. He was born Dec. 16, 1950, in Eau Claire, the son of Phyllis Theresa (Sperstad) and the late Robert Leon Spangler. He graduated from Elkhorn High School with the […]